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Since Android is a derived from Linux, your device wouldn't require a driver and should work natively on any Linux variant. This should be the same case on a Mac OS computer which too shares a common base. However a USB driver maybe required to connect your Android device to your Windows computer. While Microsoft may provide a generic driver over Windows Update, it may be better suited to download the driver directly from the OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) website. The OEM may provide the driver as a separate file or as part of an accompanying PC Suite. You can download specific drivers for your device by visiting your device manufacture from the list of OEMs below. If you cannot find your OEM, or would like to share a link of your device OEM you can do so in the comments section. Apart from these drivers, you can also download the fastboot drivers from XDA-Developers